Minnesota House, Senate negotiators still have no minimum wage deal
ST. PAUL - Minnesota House and Senate negotiators remained at a stalemate Thursday on raising the minimum wage.
Negotiators met for about five minutes Thursday, leaving with no progress.
Senators rejected a House proposal because it continues to contain a provision to automatically raise the minimum wage to match inflation. Senate leaders and negotiators have rejected that concept.
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